Photos: Ghanaian honoured in Nigeria for support to fashion industry

Photos: Ghanaian honoured in Nigeria for support to fashion industry
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | http://tmghlive.com
Date: 24-11-2017 Time: 11:11:04:am

He is renowned for his untiring and generous support to the arts, music, business and fashion industries in Ghana. But the generosity of the President and Executive Chairman of the Doscar Group Holdings, Oscar Yao Doe, goes beyond Ghana, he has been honoured by the Fashion Designers Association of Nigeria.

The Association said the Ghanaian, whose luxury car rental company, Eurostar Global Limousine, is headquartered in Nigeria, has made outstanding contributions to the fashion industry there.

It, therefore, singled him out for an outstanding award to an outstanding man for his outstanding contribution.

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The award ceremony, which was held in Nigeria’s largest city Lagos, appreciated Mr Doe’s passion for the fashion industry in Africa led to the birth of Ghana Fashion Review Panel which rewards celebrities for their outstanding looks on various red carpets.

In his acceptance speech, he thanked President Nana Akufo-Addo and the people of Ghana.

He further asked everyone to push hard towards making the African fashion industry better than it is now to bring in more revenue to the continent.

Mr Oscar has inspired many not only in the fashion industry but also through his philanthropic work which he mostly doesn’t mention in public.

He was honoured alongside several Nigerians who have over the years to help the industry stand on its feet for the new generation.

Oscar Yao Doe is the President & Executive Chairman of Doscar Group Holdings, Eurotour Gh & Eurotour Logistics Prime Properties Ghana, Eurostar Global Limousine Group, Trans Asia Pacific Africa Network, Black on Black Limousine Nigeria, Doscar Foundation Organisation.

He is also the head of Ghana Fashion Review Committee which rewards celebrities for their outlook at red carpets at major events in the country.

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